Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors: Winners and losers from Game 3

CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James raced up the court Saturday night, threw up an off-balanced shot that hit glass and beat the buzzer to hand the Cavaliers a 105-103 victory against the Toronto Raptors.Cleveland is now up 3-0 in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal. Beyond the final score, here are the winners and losers from Game 3.WINNERS* All who witnessed itJames finished with 38 points and provided the home crowd with his second buzzer-beater in Cleveland’s last three games at The Q.Poetry in motion for King James…#PhantomCam#NBAPlayoffs #WhateverItTakes pic.twitter.com/LzCcG4pwOuDude just jogged up the floor and threw in a runner off the wrong foot from 20 feet at a terrible angle. Sure, whatever.One handed, no less. What a shot. https://t.co/CLafQazwACThe ‘ol left hand full court speed dribble to the running 15 foot floater with the right hand off the glass? Seemed a little too easy…UNREAL. pic.twitter.com/BPDbdhBHA1Cue the G.O.A.T. references …Yes, two Cavs fans are wearing GOAT masks for LeBron tonight. #Cavs pic.twitter.com/MLYPrd9T1aBron = G.O.A.T I’m sorryHow is he not the goat?Bron=[?][?][?] [?] [?]LeGoat [?] [?] [?] [?]* An often-criticized supporting castKevin Love and Kyle Korver supplied the support that has been one of this team’s biggest question marks. Love scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, putting himself in elite company.Kevin Love just became the 4th player in @cavs history with multiple games of at least 20 points and 15 rebounds in the postseason. pic.twitter.com/9m40enCrjS

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